This is a CD full of very pleasant music composed by Senor Sammie Splarch; he's joined by his brother, George Splarch on some very pretty pieces. We've no doubt that once you've listened to these gents, you'll be craving more of their work. If you purchase the CD, you get 3 additional/extended tracks! If you'd like to look at some of our other musical efforts, please visit our magazine, at
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With no accompanying information (that's probably my fault -- Ed.), there are a lot of questions to be asked about this release. Are they really brothers? Are they really named Splarch? Are they really playing these synthesizer tunes, or are they the songs that come preprogrammed in every Casio? If they really did write these songs, then these guys (brothers?) should get in contact with Casio and see about getting these boppity numbers put into every keyboard. Simple and quirky, all of these songs sound like the basis for any new wave, synthetic pop song. Kooky.